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New research has found that women are affected by the intrusion of work into their home-life more than men are, and report higher levels of psychological distress from emails, phone calls and texts, that come through after business hours.
A new study identifies the challenges for the boundaries between work and family.
Most Americans believe God is concerned with their personal well-being and is directly involved in their personal affairs, according to new research out of the University of Toronto.
Younger people, those with children and less-educated individuals are more likely to experience anger, according to new UofT research that examines one of the most common negative emotions in society.
Being at the top has its perks, but new UofT research shows people in positions of authority at work are more likely to experience certain psychological and physical problems that can undermine the health benefits associated with job authority.
Employees with high levels of job autonomy and control over their schedules are more likely to bring their work home with them.
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